I spent four months in Hong Kong exploring how people use public space, in particular those that make their homes in public. I spent time with people living on a footbridge, people living under an overpass, and a group of nine men that called a park shelter their home. This developed into a film about one of these men, Mr Lung, who does not identify as a homeless man and who we see visiting the library and going fishing. On several of the walks around the neighbourhood that I joined him on, he meets people that he considers neighbours, and I began to understand that his increased visibility led to a very different but equally valid network of relationships as those that follow societal norms.